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By Mia Mancini Chicago Magic Lounge, opening later this month, hopes to bring a little bit of mystery and magic back into the neighborhood. Located at 5050 N. Clark, the venue includes a 120-seat cabaret theatre with mezzanine, a 43-seat close-up...
By Mia Mancini Broadway Ave. gains new pop-art of Dolly Parton that showcases Edgewater’s creativity. According to Edgeville Buzz, the piece is located outside The Lytle House, an event space, at 5517 N Broadway. The artist, Michelle Lytle, made the decision...
By Mia Mancini The Edgewater area is planning for two new high-profile art projects. These two new public art pieces will join a list of several that have been introduced throughout the community over the last year. According to Edgeville Buzz, the...
By Mia Mancini The Lifeline Theatre in Rogers Park is preparing to say goodbye to artistic director Dorothy Milne. According to The Chicago Tribune, Dorothy Milne, 60, has tired tired of spending her days behind a desk. She announced that she's...

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What is next for Rogers Park? Alderperson Hadden seeks re-election

By: Kyle Boone, Loyola Junior “You guys can't see specifically, but I have a lot more white hairs than when I started” Those words came from...

Sink or swim for local small businesses residing in Rogers Park, Edgewater

By: Nick Martin, Tegan Dry, and Kesha Bhatia (Loyola) The COVID-19 pandemic has heavily affected small businesses in Rogers Park, forcing many to shut down...

New Housing Development to be Built Across from Howard Red Line 

By: Mari Bischoff (Loyola senior), Madilyn McCullough (Loyola sophomore), Vanessa Taylor (Loyola sophomore)  Plans for a new housing development to be built across from the...

Rogers Park Responds to Homelessness

By: Ashley Foster, Maeve Reynolds, and Egi Canie (Loyola) There are more than 65,000 homeless people in Chicago. That’s around the same population as the whole...

Alderman Osterman Steps Down: What is Next for the 48th Ward?

By: Kyle Boone, Emilee Levanas, Heather Higgins (Loyola)  After 11 years, Harry Osterman is stepping down as Alderman of the 48th Ward.  Before he became Alderman...